Our writers

Tatul Hakobyan

Tatul is a journalist and the coordinator of ANI Armenian Research Center. He has authored three books: ‘Karabakh Diary: Green and Black’, ‘Looking from Ararat: Armenians and Turks’, and ‘Valley of Death: a 44-Day Catastrophe’.

Teresa Di Mauro

Teresa is a freelance journalist who holds a Bachelor degree in "Development and International Cooperation" at the University of Bologna. She has a keen interest in social issues, migrations, minorities and conflicts. Recently, she moved to Denmark for the Erasmus Mundus Master's Degree in Journalism.

Thomas Rowley

Thomas Rowley is Lead Editor at oDR.

Tigran Grigoryan

Tigran is a political analyst based in Yerevan. He is a columnist and host of the ‘Artsakh Perspective’ show at CivilNet and is the author and host of ‘Focus on Russia’ at Infocom. He previously worked at the Office of Armenia’s Security Council from 2020 to 2021.

Tsisana Khundadze

Tsisana is a senior researcher at CRRC Georgia.

Ulviyya Ali

Ulviyya is an independent journalist from Azerbaijan. Her work has appeared on media platforms such as RFE/RL, Voice of America, and Fact Check. Ulviyya is interested in reporting on politics, human rights, and social issues.

Vahid Aliyev

Vahid is an LGBTI activist at the Nafas LGBT Azerbaijan Alliance and is currently studying an MA in Queer History at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Vera Gogokhia

Vera is a civic activist and a medical doctor. She is one of the founders of You for Democracy, a Tbilisi-based NGO focusing on developing a youth activist network in Georgia.

Viktorya Muradyan

Viktorya Muradyan is currently pursuing her second MA degree in International Relations and Diplomacy at the College of Europe Bruges. She is a freelance journalist and frequent contributor to Regional Post Caucasus and evnmag. She produces and hosts her podcast series 'Eastern Dialogue' about Eastern Partnership states.

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Let’s be honest, the media situation in the Caucasus is grim. Every day we are accused of ‘serving the enemy’ whoever that enemy may be. Our journalists have been harassed, arrested, beaten, and exiled. But nevertheless, we persevere. For us this is a labour of love. Unfortunately, we cannot run OC Media on love alone, journalism is expensive and funding is scarce. Our sole mission is to serve the interests of all peoples of the region. You can support us today for as little as $1 a month and join us in the fight for a better Caucasus.

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